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greta is next. we'll see you back tomorrow night. she goes on the record tonight, great take it away. >> greta: thank you. tonight breaking news. alaska says it wants in. into the lawsuit with the other states taking on the government over health care. joining us by phone alaska governor parnell. nice to hear from you tonight, sir. >> great to be with you again greta, thanks. >> greta: you want into this lawsuit? >> i do. i'm one of these governors that thinks and then acts. i asked my attorney general quite a few weeks ago to do the legal analysis on this for ourselves so we would know we were acting in good faith doing our homework and avoiding the politics of the moment. yesterday i a briefing from the attorney general. he gave me a 50 page memo on just a very detailed analysis. i thought it was so important what i saw and heard that today i released that attorney general's memorandum and announced that alaska was joining the other states in florida's legal action against the federal government. >> greta: have you spoken to the attorney general in florida? have you designated your
>> sean: that is all the time we have left. thank you for being with us. the news continues greta is next. have a great weekend! >> greta: tonight, it feels a bit like twilight zone, but it's true. right now an invisible cloud is threatening the world it could even take down a jumbo jet and pilots cannot see it on radar. even if they dodge that danger, one thing is certain this cloud is costing a fortune and disrupting the lives of tens of thousands what is this cloud? volcanic ash if iceland. the volcano erupted four week ago. this wednesday the volcano really let go, blasting several miles into the air. but it didn't stop there. right now winds are pushing this dangerous cloud south and east across england into the heart of europe. the cloud's elevation between 20,000 and 30,000 feet, invisable from the ground moving 25 miles per hour, tens of thousands of flights have been cancelled. just today in europe, 16,000 flights cancelled. it gets worse it isn't just those flights in europe. each cancelled flight there sets off a ripple effect to every corner of the globe leaving thousa
heart be troubled, the news continues, greta is next. >> greta: former speaker of the house newt gingrich is here to explain this: >> the president of the united states the most radical president in american history has now thrown down the gauntlet to the american people. he has said i run a machine, i own washington and there's nothing you can do about it. that's where we are. >> greta: speaker gingrich joins us live near washington. the most radical president in american history. >> i think that's clearly true. look at what they did with general motors and chrysler, taking money from the stockholders and bond holders and giving it to the unions. look what they did in ramming through the trillion dollar health bill. look what they are doing with a pay czar in the white house which is is an unconstitutional office that has an individual person who decides what banks should be able to earn. you have never seen this left wing, this interventionist this big government and in foreign policy, i think this misleading an administration. think by any reasonable standard this is far and a
immediately and started flying alongside this flight, greta, escorting the flight to denver. it landed safely. no problems. no problems of any passengers either. as we said this man is now in custody and multiple agencies are investigating to find out exactly what he was trying to do is how this went down. greta, back to you. >> greta: rick we continue to learn more information, everyone gets nervous when hearing anything is being lit on a plane. fit turns out to be something they need to be doing something stupid trying to light a cigarette or could be a crime. you tell me he's from the -- works for the qatar embassy here in washington, d.c. which i don't mean to jump ahead of me. we have this thing called diplomatic immunity f it's something sinister, then, of course that plays night, whether or not we can do anything about him. it may be we've just -- we've got captain on the phone. catherine? >> thank you, greta. a short time ago i got off the phone with a source familiar with the events in denver. and things are fluid. what he told me is that it did involve this united airlines flight as
they control the lot. >> sean: good luck with the book. time to check in with greta. where are the blue cards? >> greta: red tonight. i have everything written down. if you think the health care war was ugly, get ready for another one senator judd gregg is here to tell you about that the volcano, you think it is a problem for europe? the problem has now become our problem. ambassador done is here about a secret member -- bolton is mere about a secret member knee has been leaked. star jenna elfman is here. >> sean: i will be watching. we'll see greta. when we come back our great, great, american panel. beck in the house. kleinfeld there are engines... and then there's the twin-turbocharging, 365-horsepower-generating, ecoboost engine in the taurus sho from ford. that has the thirst of a v6 with the thrust of a v8. the most innovative full- size sedan in america: the taurus sho, from ford. drive one. it's finally ready. [ female announcer ] just because a counter looks clean, doesn't mean it is clean. but with one sheet of new bounty, you'll have confidence in your clean. in this lab test, just
the lot. >> sean: good luck with the book. time to check in with greta. where are the blue cards? >> greta: red tonight. i have everything written down. if you think the health care war was ugly, get ready for another one senator judd gregg is here to tell you about that the volcano, you think it is a problem for europe? the problem has now become our problem. ambassador done is here about a secret member -- bolton is mere about a secret member knee has been leaked. star jenna elfman is here. >> sean: i will be watching. we'll see greta. when we come back our great, great, american panel. beck in the house. kleinfeld knock, knock. hey! it's finally ready. [ female announcer ] just because a counter looks clean, doesn't mean it is clean. but with one sheet of new bounty, you'll have confidence in your clean. in this lab test, just one sheet of new bounty leaves this surface three times cleaner than the bargain brand. want confidence that your surfaces can get really clean? even with just one sheet. bring it. super durable. super absorbent. super clean. new bounty. the clean picker upper. an
in with greta for a sneak peek of what is coming up "on the record." where is the papers tonight? >> greta: all blank tonight. we have reverend frank lidge graham -- franklin graham, plus democratic pollster here says there is going to be a bloodbath, my word, in november for the democrats. he has a tip, co-save them. and that horrible cloud that is all over europe that is very dangerous to planes and causing so much economic catastrophe and destruction we have the latest on that and much more. >> sean: thanks greta we'll see you 19 minutes from now. a special report, if the u.s. tax code if it confused you yesterday, you are not alone. my next guest has the answer on how you can simplify the entire thing. meet the man who helped construct the legal policy to fight the war on terror that is coming up, str ♪ [ male announcer ] designed to function the way you funion. the lexus rx. ♪ at your lexus deal. we get dole miles on every purchase. so we earned a ski trip twice as fast. we get double miles every time we use our card. ( thuds ) i'll take this. ( crashing ) double miles add up quick. an
no choice but to act. >> sean: good to see you. time to check this with greta. were you here last night you left, what happened? >> greta: i came home, because i wanted to interview senator mccain because what is happening in arizona is explosive over this new immigration law, however you want to characterize it. senator mccain. plus a sheriff who says he's not going to enforce the law he thinks it is stupid. dana perino is here. we have a great best of the rest tonight. when you are in that car driving home tonight, remember sean, listen us to. >> sean: greta is coming up in 20 minutes. our great, great, great american panel, next. ♪ female [ female announcer ] it's red lobster's festival of shrimp... a chance to get everyone together for a night where everyone gets just what they want. combine two or three favorites, from new creations like crab-stuffed shrimp and pecan-crusted shrimp to classics like decadent shrimp scampi. it's everything you want in a night out. starting at just $11.99, during the festival of shrimp. right now at red lobster. starting at just $11.99, during the festi
. >> sean: great panel. happy friday. time to check in with greta for a sneak peek of what is coming up "on the record." where is the papers tonight? >> greta: all blank tonight. we have reverend frank lidge graham -- franklin graham, plus democratic pollster here says there is going to be a bloodbath, my word, in november for the democrats. he has a tip, co-save them. and that horrible cloud that is all over europe that is very dangerous to planes and causing so much economic catastrophe and destruction we have the latest on that and much more. >> sean: thanks greta we'll see you 19 minutes from now. a special report, if the u.s. tax code if it confused you yesterday, you are not alone. my next guest has the answer on how you can simplify the entire thing. meet the man who helped construct the legal policy to fight the war on terror that is coming up, str >> sean: americans know all too well that deciphering the u.s. tax code can be excruciating. new online video exposes complying with the code can be costly for you and your family. >> just complying with the tact code will cost us 338 bil
are glad you are here. time check in with greta for a sneak peek on what great has. nice to be back thank you for your nice e-mail in 19 minutes. >> greta: nice to have you back sean. arizona has the country on fire about its immigration law. arizona is not the only state. another state wants to join forces with arizona. we'll tell you all about it. plus the goldman sachs problem, we've got new information on that and of course we've always got congressmen. what is with this bipartisan commission? do we need it or is it because people aren't doing their jobs? >> sean: let not your part be troubled. when we come back our great, great, great american panel is next. ♪ thanks to the new venture card from capital one, we get dole miles on every purchase. so we earned a ski trip twice as fast. we get double miles every time we use our card. ( thuds ) i'll take this. ( crashing ) double miles add up quick. and all of those. so we brought the whole gang. one adult, one goat please. it's hard to beat double miles. everyone knows two is better than one. introducing the venturcard from capital one
these offices. >> amy, i think we got your point. mark halperin? >> well, greta, we knew that one of the challenges of writing a book about politics in this day and age a lot of our political discourse through the media and in politics directly has become very partisan. and we were trying to write a book, and we hope we did, it's not partisan. i'm confident we did but there was stuff in here that was not reported not just as aheut the there was a lot not reported by the republicans. we're heartened by the fact the book has received praise from people on the left and the right. sean hannity said some very nice things about the book and so did ed schultz. and the extent that it has won in this realm is that we reported everything that we could find that we thought was germane without fear of or favor. and with an eye towards history and illuminating what happened. not covering things up. there has been a concern, i'll just say quickly that, you know, why wasn't this stuff reported in real time? you know, people aren't going to be forthcoming the way they were with us in the heat of
candidates. really in the first debate more than the second, greta, you could actually see that and ha -- the hand on each candidate. host: why not say who they are? guest: it is not my role. i do not want to cause any issues on the final debate but we will just leave it at that. but you see the to petco -- you see the gepetto-like a puppeteering. but, greta, you can only go so far. if a candidate is pushed into being a certain way, obama-like, for example, or reagan-like, you can see that. if it does not work, the candidate is very, very uncomfortable. one of the reasons mr. clegg it did so well in the first debate was that he was very comfortable in his own skin to things that people said about barack obama even way back, that he seemed comfortable in his own skin. sometimes you could see the advisers handiwork. the second time you did not see it as much. maybe it was internalized by that time and they were able to be their own demand. people can see through that. host: what about gordon brown's performance and his comfort in that? guest: he is the older of the two, he is solid, he k
's coming up here. martha: there he is, rod blagojevich going on the record last night with greta van u.s. everyone -- vansustern, he says the prosecution in the trial is trying to cover up the truth. >> the tapes will show what the truth is. i have said play the tapes. why is it my accuser is trying to prevent the truth and full truth from being heard? i believe part of it is he's covering up the fact that he told this big lie that foreseably led to a chain of events that would remove a governor from office. martha: this is fascinating. he's basically saying patrick fitzgerald and prosecutors made all these tapes but now they only want to use certain parts of them. he says the other part will be what sets him free. we'll talk about that when flushr flur bill: welcome back, everyone. it will be one of the main stories throughout the morning, the debt commission set to begin meeting in washington. we'll see the president in a matter of minutes, a debt commission that will get together a bipartisan group, democrats, the slight majority on board that panel. they will talk about how you ge
but will get better. >> greta van susteren, let's see what's coming up on "the record." >> newt gingrich is here and he brought with him a special guest in the second part of our interview. dana per reno is here and governor palin is waiting for a phone call. we have it all on tape. we are going to play it for you and the viewers. listen on satellite radio when you ride home tonight and you are not listening like you should be. >> when we come back our great great great american panel continues and dr. james dobson, how do we bring up daughters. i have to figure this out. let's coming up straight ahead. i'm at the doctor getting my shoulder looked at. as we're finishing up, i mention i'm going to the bathroom more often. he checks it out. good thing. turns out... my urinary symptoms -- such as going frequently, trouble going, flow starts and stops... and going often at night -- are due to bph, also called enlarged prostate. he says over time, avodart has been shown to shrink the prostate, improve urinary symptoms, and reduce the risk of prostate surgery. only your health care provider ca
these offices. >> i think we got your point. mark halperin? >> greta, we knew that one of the challenges of writing a book about politics in a state of age a lot of our political discourse to the media and politics directly has become very partisan. we're trying to write a book and we hope we did, that is not person. because there is nothing here that was not ever reported, not just the caller suggested about the democrats there's it stuff never report about the republicans. we are heartened by the fact that the book is received praise from people on the left and the right. john hannity said some very nice things about the book as did head shows that i think the strength of the book, the extent it has one in this realm, as we reported everything we could find that we thought was germane to telling the story about both parties, candidates in both parties, without fear of or favor and with an eye toward history and a looming what happened. not covering things up. there has been a concern, i was just a quickly, why wasn't the stuff report in real-time? you know, people are going to be fort
morning, marc, good morning, john, good morning, greta. i have seen you guys on other shows. one of the things that is fascinating to me is that the country seems to be in a state of cognitive dissonance. and barack obama is incompetent, unprepared, on qualified to be president, john mccain is this. based on what you guys have said this morning, the exact opposite -- the reverse is true to barack obama seems to be hope and change and all that, but he seems to be a very savvy politician, a brilliant strategic thinker, a very well- prepared, understands the issues, and yet all the buzz right now is about sarah palin, who mostly speaks -- her vocabulary is mostly monosyllabic, and i have not heard her say anything of substance in terms of public policy from the time she started running up until now. i am just amazed -- are you amazed that the country is so enamored with sarah palin, who lacks intellectual curiosity, lacks the depth. she is mostly a vacuous -- guest: i'm a big fan of monosyllabics, so i have to differ from the caller there at that that is a problem. with all due resp
of the obama administration. last night on greta's show, governor jan brewer said that janet napolitano knows exactly what's going on in arizona and now she's not paying attention to it. listen to this. >> she obviously is turning a blind eye to arizona. she understands what the situation is. she wrote numerous letters when she was governor to the administration looking for some help and some relief and for her to make the comment that she made that the borders are -- what was it, that the borders are just as secure or more secure than they have ever been. they've never been secure. >> so napolitano knows what's going on but brewer is the one taking action. what's the story behind this? >> yeah, well, brian, it's worse than turning a blind eye. in fact, what janet napolitano, eric holder, both dsh and doj under the obama administration are doing is actively meddling to prevent arizona from enforcing its law. it's not just jan brewer and this particular law have been targets. certainly, the sheriff in maricopa county have been the subject of a witch hunt essentially by obama law enforcement
and the banks have started to repay their loans from taxpayers. are we on our way to recovery? guest: greta, i wish i could say we were on our way to a vigorous recovery. we certainly are on our way to recovery. the business cycle follows isleton's law, but in reverse. everything that goes down eventually -- follows isaac newton's law, but in reverse. everything that it goes down and eventually comes up. the stock market is recovering in part because corporate earnings are up, and corporate earnings are up largely because companies have sliced their payrolls. they have cut their cost and, again, their payrolls, their employees, are their biggest cost. many companies are going abroad for sales. they're also going abroad for workers. so, what is good for america's big companies in terms of their property -- profitability and american stock market may not be necessarily good for american workers. we are seeing in this recovery a little bit of a two-tiered recovery, that is, big companies and wall street are doing very well. their workers and employees are doing ok. small businesses are doing badl
with greta van susteren last night and talked about why she is taking this to end. >> i'm living the life experience right now and i think it's still a huge number of girls getting pregnant each year and i think more people need to talk about it and it should be more of a national discussion. >> steve: she's helping make it just that. public service announcement will air through high schools through the next month. >> gretchen: check out this video, the driver of the car you see right here, under that utility pole. the driver still in the car with that pole and the driver is alive. he walks away without a scratch. the roof of his car peeled back as the pole crashes through his passenger side windshield. he had no idea what was going on, as you can imagine if that happened to you. >> steve: what was that noise? >> brian: let's talk about tiger woods because you know he'll be playing today, tee off in a foursome and we'll see what happens on saturday. something else is coming to a television near you. that is a nike ad where tiger basically gets words from his dad from the grave about what
ahead. >> caller: good morning, marc, john, greta politico of things, one is i seen you guys on other shows and one of the things that's fascinating to me is the country seems to be a state of dissidents, barack obama is the on prepared and unqualified to be president. john mccain is the longtime politician with experience and based on what you guys have said this morning to me the exact opposite, the reverse is true. barack obama seems to be hoping and change and all that but he seems to be a very savvy politician, brilliant strategic thinker and a very well-prepared and understands the issues and yet all of the buzz right now about sarah palin who mostly speaks and her vocabulary is mostly models love it and i haven't heard her say anything of substance in terms of public policy from the time she started running up until now and i'm just amazed are you amazed the country is so enamored with sarah palin who lacks intellectual curiosity, blacks debt and is mostly black -- >> host: mark halperin? >> guest: i have to disagree that is a problem. you know, with all the respect to that cal
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